Want to set yourself free?

Learn how to live your best life and connect with your true self energy through the powerful modality that is Psychotherapy!

What exactly is Psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy, often referred to as counseling or talk therapy, is a collaborative and confidential process that aims to help individuals navigate and overcome a variety of challenges. Rooted in the principles of psychology, psychotherapy involves engaging in open and meaningful conversations with a trained mental health professional. Together, the client and therapist explore thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, seeking to understand patterns and uncover insights that may be hindering personal growth or causing distress. This therapeutic alliance provides a supportive environment where individuals can gain a deeper understanding of themselves, develop coping strategies, and work towards positive change. Psychotherapy encompasses various approaches, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychodynamic therapy, and humanistic therapy, tailored to meet the unique needs and goals of each individual. Whether addressing specific issues like anxiety, depression, or relationship challenges, or simply pursuing personal development, psychotherapy serves as a transformative tool for enhancing mental well-being and fostering a more fulfilling life.

What is the difference between coaching and psychotherapy?

Coaching is future focused and generally about setting goals, understanding strengths and working with strategies for achieving your personal or professional desires in real and measurable terms. After all, achieving something you intentionally set your sights on feels fabulous.

Psychotherapy, on the other hand, works in real and present time, to explore and understand what challenges are emerging within and around you, to raise awareness around what behavioural or thought patterns may be blocking your progress, and what past experiences may need to be resolved internally to create space for new and vital life force to flow through you. 

Most people benefit from a unique blend of both.

“The purpose of psychotherapy is to set people free.” Rollo May 

Psychotherapy supports clients to raise self-awareness around unconscious thought and feeling patterns that determine their behaviour, various mood states and cause blockages in a person’s ability to live a fulfilling life that meets their full potential. By better understanding the patterns of your mind, heart, relationships, and the way you do life in general, you will have access to greater levels of clarity, choice and personal power to create a life that is more consciously your own.   

In a recent interview with Tim Ferris, Hugh Jackman pointed out that the world’s best tennis players, swimmers, athletes, dancers, executives and ‘insert other’ elite performers get regular coaching to be great at what they do. That’s why Hugh works with a life coach. Afterall, if you’re going to be great at anything, why not get support to be the best you can be at life!

Our very own Psychotherapist Eloise King, works with people struggling with stress and relationship issues, or mental health related conditions including anxiety, depression and addictions. She also works with high-functioning individuals to further enhance their experience of Self.

In an increasingly complex world, complicated further by COVID (in different ways for different people), having a therapist or personal coach (or a blend of both) can benefit you or a family member enormously.


  • Self-Awareness – Better understand who you are and what makes you tick
  • Support – The right blend of therapy or coaching is a total game changer for most
  • Clarity – Cut through the noise for crystal clarity about what you want in life
  • Goal Achievement – Pursue the right goals for you with confidence you’ll achieve them
  • Self-Confidence – The result of using your strengths to get what you truly want in life

Issues Psychotherapy can help you move beyond. Psychotherapy may help to support the following:

  • Chronic Stress
    Mild or Strong Addictions (alcohol, drugs, sugar, sex, gambling, other) 
    Low Mood or Depression 
  • Anxiety
    Feelings of Stuckness
    Failure to Achieve Goals
    Struggles to Realise Full Potential 
    Workplace Struggles 
  • Relationship Issues 
    Childhood Trauma 
    Eating Disorders 
    Other Unique Life Challenges 

Eloise is a qualified psychotherapist with a BA in Psychology, advanced clinical training in Gestalt Therapy, and leadership experience building communities across workplace and business settings. Her love of the human experience developed during her 10+ years working as a News Corp journalist, interviewing people from all walks of life. As the President of The Anthropology Society at The University of Sydney, she developed a deep appreciation for the role of culture in shaping people’s reality.

Today, she is passionate about facilitating groups in support of positive collective change, and diving deeper into Self with her 1:1 private practice clients. People recognise Eloise’s superpower as being her ability to bring people together for true connection. She loves skiing with her son, playing tennis with friends, being in nature with her Rhodesian Ridgeback, using her Japanese in Japan and exploring the richness available to us all through life.

You can find Eloise at pH Clinic on Tuesdays between 2pm and 7pm. You can also learn more about Eloise’s work here. https://www.futureculture.com.au

pHClinic Team

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